We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
Village West #17,
3330 W. 26th
Erie, PA 16506
Phone: (814) 838-5145
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Mon - Thurs: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Orioles are a welcome addition to any backyard and oriole feeders are designed to encourage these beautiful birds to stick around. Orioles will eat orange halves (and other citrus fruits), grape jelly (make sure it's jelly and not jams or other preserves), and sugar water (the same as you make for hummingbirds). Oriole feeders will allow you to feed one or more of these food options, depending on the particular style of the feeder. Fruit and jelly put out for Orioles may also draw other migratory species, such as Catbirds, Scarlet Tanagers, and Black-throated Blue Warblers. Hummingbirds often visit oriole feeders that contain nectar. Stop in today to see our wide selection of oriole feeders!
Orioles eat many types of food. They crave citrus when they arrive in the spring, eating orange halves and grape jelly. Then they quickly turn to eating nectar, and then switch almost exclusively to insects after nesting. Our feeder offers nectar with several feeding stations, includes jelly wells in the lid, and a place for an orange half. It's easy to hang and dishwasher safe. It also comes with a lifetime guarantee.
WBU Oriole Feeder Feeding Ports: 4 Capacity: 12 oz
Your orioles will flock to this feeder made from recycled plastic bottles. Two generous cups can be used to dispense grape jelly and/or mealworms. Two sturdy pegs give you plenty of room to spear orange halves. The thick, heavy-duty acrylic roof allows passing orioles to see the food while it protects the food from rain. This feeder carries a lifetime guarantee to never crack, split, or fade. (Makes a good bluebird feeder, too!)
Start simple with this basic fruit and jelly feeder. Hang an orange half on the spike and fill the cup with grape jelly.
Keep ants out of your hummingbird and oriole feeders with an Ant Moat. It's simple to use! Hang your Ant Moat from your pole or hook. Fill the cup of the Ant Moat with plain water. Hang your oriole feeder under the Ant Moat and enjoy a feeder free of ants! This is a safe, non-toxic way to protect your hummingbird and oriole feeders.
Available in Red, Green, and Orange